Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The September Crazy in Needlepoint



I worked hard today, and finished all the patches - ready to do the seam treatments, and then tomorrow the silk ribbon asters. These will have to wait, as I would probably make a mess due to tired fingers and sore eyes! I already see a place where I failed to leave an open stitch for a bead - but this is crazy quilt, after all. I can cover any boo-boos with a bit of embroidery! (I have tried to make this post format correctly - but apparently this won't happen tonight - sorry!)


7 comments:

Miss 376 said...

This is beautiful, look forward to seeing how this one develops

The Chilly Hollow Needlepoint Adventure said...

Judy, what do you call the stitch you use for the blue top left side of the heart? I used it on my goldfish piece recently but can't find it anywhere in my books. I think we have to call it Judy's Cashmere Variation....

NCPat said...

I just love watching how quickly and beautifully you do these!

Allison Ann Aller said...

Love this, Judy!
Now rest your eyes a bit...

Nicki Lee said...

Oh how Pretty! I love your take on Crazy Quilting and especially your use of colors - gorgeous work!

Carolyn McNeil said...

Looks good! I can't wait to see the finished piece...
Carolyn
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Stitch Lady said...

I love the areas formed in this heart. Is this an original design? Looking forward to the finished Opal.